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un·du·late

(ŭn'dū-lāt),
Having an irregular, wavy border; denoting the shape of a bacterial colony.
[Mod. L. undula, dim. of unda, wave]

undulate

/un·du·late/ (-lāt)
1. to move in waves or in a wavelike motion.
2. to have a wavelike appearance, outline, or form.un´dulatory

undulate

[un′dyəlit]
to have wavelike fluctuations or oscillations.

un·du·late

(ŭn'dyū-lăt)
Having an irregular, wavy border; denoting the shape of a bacterial colony.
[Mod. L. undula, dim. of unda, wave]

undulate

(of plant leaves) with up-and-down wavy edges.
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When P moves freely on the whole bionic fin [OMEGA], equation (5) depicts the undulating motion shape of the whole bionic propeller at any time.
Whether he will take to the undulating track or not we are not sure.
By incorporating undulating, or fluctuating, techniques, you will be able to control and adjust many of the pitfalls of other cycling systems.
Starting from St Chad's school in Brighouse, the race featured an undulating section before dropping down into Brighouse fora long flat run towards Bailiff Bridge.
The Howard Johnson-trained seven-year-old has created a good impression in three victories over fences this season, but two of his wins were at Aintree and owner Graham Wylie believes he may prefer flatter tracks, rather than undulating ones such as Cheltenham.
Together, they layer the space, creating a labyrinth through which visitors find their own way, pausing, if they choose, to view explanatory videos set into an undulating leather bench.
Was it the mix couple undulating while their feet were affixed to skis?
They teem with oneiric imagery (disembodied eyes, horned women, hypertrophied flowers, snakes with the faces of owls, flying rams) and intricate patterns (spirals, curlicues, dots, scallops, and undulating striations).
This so-called oscillatory swimming style would keep the ichthyosaur more streamlined than an undulating swimmer like, say, an eel.
Rapidly rising at the intersection of Power Street and Manhattan Avenue, the new condominium, ARIA, will soon establish a distinctly modernist presence through unusual undulating angles, oversized glass windows and a dramatic entranceway in the shape of the letter "A" that segues into an exciting lobby designed by Andres Escobar with renowned art consulting firm, Novo Arts.
Locals might have been expected to reject it as an alien body, but there has been a positive response to the way that its undulating brick walls respect the cornice line of the street and amplify the flow of the Aa river behind.